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“No student should start another school year living under the current failed education policy,” said NEA President Lily Eskelsen García during a news conference held a day before the Senate announced it will begin debate of the education law in July. Read more »
Education support professionals in Waterford, Michigan, recently beat back a school privatization effort that would have cut 200 jobs.
More than 7,000 educators will gather for the world’s largest democratic deliberative body at NEA's Annual Meeting and Representative Assembly. Delegates will set public education policy, establish priorities that will improve teaching and learning conditions in our public schools, and tackle complex issues, from the future of testing to equity in education.
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